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2008 Rhaaa Lovely Festival Compilation Rhaaa Lovely: www.rhaaalovely.net The Silent Ballet: www.thesilentballet.com
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2007 Rhâââ Lovely Festival Compilation Presented by The Silent Ballet This compilation is a listening companion to the 2007 Rhâââ Lovely Festival, a Belgian indie post-rock festival that takes place at Cortil-Wodon, in rural Wallonia. In the non-profit spirit of festival, Rhâââ Lovely has teamed up with The Silent Ballet to bring this annual compilation to the digital world. The 2007 edition is presented as a free internet download, in order to provide a flavor of the concert to those...
Topics: Rhâââ Lovely Festival Compilation, The Silent Ballet, post-rock, indie rock, festival
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